African-American at Carroll

George Sample ’02, ’12G moderates a conversation he hopes can be another step toward a more inclusive experience for all Carroll students.

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Inspirational change

The football program, a dialogue about race, and WUJA

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Brain gain via gaming

When I was younger, I told my parents video games could make me smarter. Now I can prove it.

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Working double

Working two jobs on campus, Laura Bednar '17 appreciates the value of a dollar and manual labor.

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Celebrating our Jesuit tradition of excellence

130th anniversary, election of a new Father General, World Union of Jesuit Alumni, a pilot mission examen and identity reaffirmation process

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Survival of the knittest

Kathrine Statham ’16 uses knitting to help her learn.

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Sad sacks

Dick Lardie remembers helping his son, Joe Lardie ’91, and his best friend, Mike Mangan ’91, out of an unenviable situation their freshman year.

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Why liberal arts matter

The liberal arts and sciences integrated with professional studies provide a powerful, transformative education.

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A family of Blue Streaks

Emma DiPasquale '16 is proud of her family’s connection to Carroll.

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Literature still matters

Classic literature is an important way to understand the human experience.

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